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TPL champions Buriram United's ACL hopes hang in the balance

Buriram United need to win at home in their last AFC Champions League group game against Guangzhou R&F of China.

The AFC Champions League hopes of Thai Premier League (TPL) winners Buriram United hang in the balance ahead of Wednesday's final Group F game against already eliminated Chinese club Guangzhou R&F.

To go through to the round of 16, Alexandre Gama's side -- who are third on the table with seven points from five matches -- need to win at home and hope that second placed Gamba Osaka of Japan do not match their result.

2008 winners Osaka -- who are level on points with the Thai side but with a better...

Single goal specialists Bangkok Glass want more firepower in TPL

Ricardo Rodriguez coached Bangkok Glass to a 1-0 win over former club Ratchaburi in Sunday's TPL game. Photo credit: Bangkok Glass FC.

Bangkok Glass coach Ricardo Rodriguez wants more fire power to turn his side into Thai Premier League (TPL) title contenders.

After their 1-0 victory over his former club Ratchaburi on Sunday evening -- the club's fourth single-goal win of the campaign -- Rodriguez admitted that his team will have to start scoring more if they are to keep their place near the top of the table.

After emerging victorious in a clash with Ratchaburi coach and fellow Spaniard Josep Ferre, Rodriguez told ESPN FC: "I would...

Army United 'rest' coach Gary Stevens after three consecutive TPL defeats

Former England defender Gary Stevens has lost his job as coach of Thai Premier League club side Army United.

Gary Stevens has been dismissed as head coach of Army United despite having recently guided the Thai Premier League (TPL) club to their best ever start to a league campaign.

The former Spurs and England defender, who played in the 1986 World Cup, announced to his Twitter followers that he had been told to "take a holiday", adding that "football is crazy the world over". Most would agree that Thai football is indeed among the craziest environments for the beautiful game.